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'''Robert Ridarelli''' was born in Philadelphia, [[Pennsylvania]] on
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April 26, 1942. Introduced by his father to the music of the
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big band era, Bobby wanted to be a [[musician]] and as a pre-teen
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was an accomplished [[drummer]], also playing the [[guitar]]
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and [[piano]] before becoming a [[singer]].
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Winning a Paul Whiteman TV competition, Bobby Rydell was
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well on the way to being a recording star. At seventeen years of
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age his “Kissin” Time” charted but it was his second release in
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1959, “We Got Love”, that gave Bobby his first top ten hit.
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Three more million selling top ten hits in 1960, “Wild One”,
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“Swingin’ School” and “Volare” made Bobby Rydell a big teen
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idol of the era. His “The Cha-Cha-Cha” in 1962 and “Forget Him”
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in 1963 also made the top ten nationally.
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Among Bobby’s other hits were, “Sway”, “Good Time Baby”,
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“Jingle Bell Rock”, “I’ll Never Dance Again” and “Wildwood Days”.
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Starring in the motion picture, Bye Bye Birdie”, Bobby also
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performed at [[New York|New York’s]] famed Copacabana night club to a standing room only crowd.
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In 2007 Bobby Rydell was a nominee at the Hit Parade Hall of Fame.
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